It is not until now that the People's Association's 'adverse opinion' on their financial accounts has come into the spotlight, but in fact Workers' Party's Low Thia Khiang raised the issue when it first surfaced in 2008 while he was then MP of Hougang SMC. He fielded the question in Parliament but got pretty much the same reply that we are getting now: The adverse opinion was given for a single reason being that the Grassroots Organisations' financial records were not included and this is unimportant given that GROs are self-funded, meaning there is no use of public funds.
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Remember Mr Ray Ferguson, one of the supposedly "prized catch" of the PAP under its Foreign "Talent" Policy? In 2010, when Ray Ferguson, erstwhile CEO of Standard Chartered Bank Singapore took up Singapore citizenship, the State-owned media made a big case out of it gushing: "His love of the Republic seems to be born out of huge admiration for what Singapore has achieved in recent times, both as an economic powerhouse and as the near-perfect family environment."
The first person to say Sakthivel removed his pants was the bus driver who reportedly said it to the timekeeper. The timekeeper then said it to the media which then kept repeating it. [The bus driver, Mr Lee Kim Huat, had not yet given any interviews to the media because he was still under investigation up until earlier this week.] But there have been absolutely no evidence that Sakthivel removed his pants, even in the video shown at the COI.
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1. “INCORRUPTIBILITY” Asiaweek covered the Nassim Jade Scandal in May 1996, reminding readers in the introduction that the Singapore government “takes pride in its image ofincorruptibility.” 2. NASSIM JADE (HPL) nassim_jade Image of Nassim Jade | HPL Nassim Jade is an exclusive, four-storey condominium located in one of the most prestigious districts in Singapore. It is owned by Hotel Properties Limited (HPL), which owns other upscale condominiums in Singapore such as Four Seasons Park and Scotts 28.
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I refer to the Budget statement that has just been delivered in Parliament. CPF contribution rate increase by 1.5% for aged above 50 to 55? “We will raise CPF contribution rates for those aged above 50 to 55 by 1.5 percentage points – 1 percentage point from the employer and 0.5 percentage points from the employee.” Take-home pay decrease by 0.5%? - This means that the take-home pay of this group of workers will be reduced by 0.5%.